World economy

US corporate debt could be underestimated

US Corporate Debt Could Be Underestimated

Despite the general deleveraging in the US, the corporate and non-corporate sector has begun to indebt itself again, currently to a level of 72.6% of GDP ($15 trillion). According to calculations of economists at the firm Solunion, the real level of non-financial corporate debt could exceed by 30%, or $3.9 Tr.

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The liquidity injection is soaring in China

The Liquidity Injection Is Soaring in China

It was known yesterday that in January the financing to the Chinese economy reached a historical maximum in volume, growing almost 200% since December and exceeding the most optimistic forecasts. This indicator is one of the main tools that the government monitors to stimulate growth.